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Strange things are happening in the Hundred Acre Wood, home to lovable honey-eating bear Winnie the Pooh and his pals - large footprints keep appearing and something seems to stomping around enough to create something that seems like a minor earthquake. The friends, led by Pooh, set off on an expedition to find out just what is going on, but they leave little Roo behind (he's too young to go on a heffalump hunt). However, when all alone, the little kangaroo runs into the very purple Heffridge Trumpler Brompet Heffalump IV, who turns out to be not so scary after all. But can Roo convince his heffalump-hunting pals of this?
Animation where Winnie the Pooh and pals set off to find Piglet, who wandered off after being thought too small to help empty honey hives.
5–11 years 71 mins
Japanese animation in which a group of mischievous racoons try to scare approaching humans away from their idyllic forest home.
7–14 years 114 mins
Charming animated tale about a young boy who finds a lost penguin on his doorstep and decides to row him home to the South Pole.
5–11 years 24 mins
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